Junk food versus healthy food – why are we always blaming consumers for 'bad' food choices?
Thinking about trying for a baby? Then now is the time for you and your partner to "spring clean" your food and lifestyle habits.
In July, Scots cyclist Mark Beaumont will attempt to cycle around the world in 80 days, smashing the world record by 43 days. Here's what he has to get right.
Reports about trace amounts of pesticides, like the EWG's Dirty Dozen, can leave people afraid to buy fruits and vegetables. But the hype is often overblown.
Whatever we're told, getting a decent amount of fruit and veg into our diets is a struggle. Time then to focus on designing dishes that hit the sweetspot.
The focus of food production systems, including aquaculture, must move beyond maximising yields to consider nutritional quality too.
Serving hot, fresh, nutritious food in hospitals should be considered part of the clinical care.
New research on whether animal- or plant-based protein sources are better have been severely misrepresented.
Getting local farmers involved in school feeding schemes has the potential to boost livelihoods and revitalise rural economies in Africa.
Tiny versions of leafy green vegetables and herbs have made it from restaurant tables to the home kitchen. But are these microgreens healthier for you than regular greens?
Chain restaurants vowed to make children's menus healthier. But our analysis of menus across the country shows that kids' choices still aren't very good for them.
Recent evidence seems to deny the benefit of fish oil supplements for heart health. But the quality of the studies is not that great.
We're in danger of losing the health benefits of soils faster than they are replaced.
Accuracy is a big problem when people self-report what they eat. A new online tool could help researchers and clinicians overcome this hurdle.
A new study links 10-a-day with living longer but that's not the full picture.
Is organic produce better for you? Can organic farming feed the world? Those might be the wrong questions.
The four scenarios in the WEF's 2017 food report paint a bleak picture. But there are better ways.
A flexitarian is a vegetarian who eats small amounts of meat.
Rising carbon dioxide may be a boon for crop yields, but at the expense of nutritional content and quality.
Thinking of having a baby? It's not all down to women to get healthy in preparation.